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  • Insects as Food
    Information about eating bugs, including an online book by Dr. Gene DeFoliart, pictures of edible species, and the nutritional value of insects.
  • Food Insects Newsletter, Inc.
    Subscription information and selected articles from back issues about harvesting and preparing insects as food.
  • Zach's Bug-Feasting Page
    Photos of Zach enjoying mealworms, giant silkworms, hornets, scorpions, beetles, and other creepy crawlies.
  • Wikipedia: Entomophagy
    Brief article about the practice of eating insects, such as spiders, grasshoppers, crickets, beetles, moth larvae and pupae, and scorpions.
  • Eating Bugs
    Learn which insects are edible, how to raise and purchase insects for eating, and how to cook various bugs.
  • Critters on the Menu
    Insects make dinner more exciting. Learn about some common buggy main courses around the globe.
  • Bugfood!
    Covers insect-themed foods, the use of insects as food, and insect snacks from around the world.
  • Bay Area Bug Eating Society: Comprehensive List of Yummy Bugs
    Learn the nutrition facts of protein-rich insects, including crickets, caterpillars, weevils, silk worm pupae, and giant waterbugs.
  • SFGate: Eating Your Garden Snails
    Interview with Victor Yool, who makes escargot out of the gooey garden snails from his backyard. Learn all about the slow, slimy, hermaphroditic snails.
  • Bay Area Bug Eating Society (BABES)
    Dedicated to the fun and enjoyment of eating bugs. Includes recipes, and events calendar for the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of insect eaters.
  • Grow a Brain: Entomophagy (Insect Eating) Archives
    Blog archive full of insect eating links and pictures of scorpion soup and marinated water beetles among others.

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